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Home Visits 2.2 Recovery of Overpayments 2.3 Audits
1.1 Eligibility 1.2 Suite of Services 1.3 Funding Levels
6.01 Adoption Records 6.02 Disclosure of Non-Identifying Information 6.03 Disclosure of Identifying Information 6.04 Post-Adoption Register 6.05 Active Search 6.06 Disclosure Vetos 6.07 Contact Preferences
Child and Family Services, Child Protection Services Children In Care Foster Care Post-Adoption Services, Social Programs, Policies relating to all Social Programs Child Care Subsidy AccessAbility Supports Social Assistance Seniors Independence Initiative , Housing Services, Home Repair / Home...
General Policies, 1.1 General Eligibility 1.2 Confidentiality 1.3 Support Needs Assessment 1.4 Capabilities Assessment, Service Mix - Support Plan Policies, 2.1 Personal Supports 2.2 Housing Supports 2.3 Community Supports 2.4 Caregiver Supports 2.5 Employment and Vocational Supports 2.6 Technical...
Organizations and community groups planning to organize activities, which align with priority areas of the Seniors' Secretariat, are invited to submit a proposal for funding. The Secretariat has several priority areas for action: Projects which reduce the social isolation of seniors Projects...
If you or someone you know is experiencing family violence, help is available., Support during COVID-19, We are living in a time where social isolation is necessary for the safety and health of Islanders. We recognize that there are a number of challenges that self-isolation can cause. The daily...
Post-Adoption Services was established in 1993, and follows the provincial, Adoption Act, legislation. In order for Post-Adoption Service to be provided, an adoption must have been legally finalized in Prince Edward Island and the adopted person must be at least 18 years old. Even though an...
Call, 911, or, Child Protection Services, if you know or suspect that a child needs protection from abuse. , It is your legal responsibility to report concerns to a peace officer or the Director of Child Protection as soon as possible., Call 1 (877) 341-3101 during business hours Call 1 (800) 341-...
The Provincial Child Sexual Abuse Advisory Committee was formed in 1991 with representatives from Family and Human Services, education, police services, community organizations, and adult survivors. The mandate of the committee is to promote a coordinated, informed, cooperative, and collaborative...